Sajadi wrote:The most biggest issue is that it is Chromium. That is a clear no-go.
I'm not really sure why you consider a Chromium base worse than a Firefox base. There are things I used to like about Firefox over Chrome(ium), but they're all gone now (hence why I am using Pale Moon as my primary browser and Vivaldi as my secondary browser). Actually, for me, Vivaldi's use of Chromium is an advantage:
there is a website that I have to use for work, which mostly
works in any browser (including Pale Moon.) There is, however, one feature on that website I have to use occasionally which doesn't in Pale Moon...and also fails to work in Gecko-based browsers, and Webkit/Safari based browsers, and MS Edge. When I asked the IT team at my office about it, they said that, due to budget constraints, they can only support one browser, and so they chose the most popular one. While I can still use Pale Moon most of the time, I can't
get out of using a Blink-based browser occasionally, and so I've chosen the most customizable Blink-based browser as my backup browser. Right now, that backup browser if Vivaldi. Obviously, it's still not as customizable as Pale Moon, but it's a good backup for when PM doesn't work.
Is there a reason I should be more concerned about a browser using Chromium as a backend than one using Gecko/Servo/Spidermonkey?